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The Nazis go immediately to hell - retribution of history is belated

At the very beginning of the week, the Nazi criminal Laszlo Chizhik-Chatari died quietly in the 100th year of his life in Budapest. Literally on the same day, the Simon Wiesenthal Center, searching for former fascist executioners, included Mikhail Gorshkov, a decrepit but well-resident of Estonia, on his black list.

Neither the first nor the second have been adequately punished for their anti-human crimes due to the very selective approach of Western justice to issues historical justice.

Laszlo Chizhik-Chatari and Mikhail Gorshkov belong to a rather significant number of already deceased and living ex-Nazis and their collaborative assistants who, to a very old age, managed to avoid retribution. Most of them found a comfortable and hospitable asylum in Europe, as is well known, very much affected by the Second World War, unleashed by fascist Germany in 1939 year.

During the war years, among the collaborators of different nationalities, there were no less bloodsuckers than in the SS ranks. For example, the dead man mentioned above, Chizhik-Chatari, was even sentenced to death in absentia by the court of Czechoslovakia for involvement in the death of nearly sixteen thousand Jews. During the war, Siskin served as head of the ghetto protection in the city of Kosice in Slovakia. At the request of Bratislava last year, he was still detained by the police in Budapest, but was not extradited to Slovakia. The Hungarian court took into account the old age of the offender and "prescribed" house arrest for him, under which Laszlo Chizhik did not reach the centenary.

About the voice of the Slovak Nazi Mikhail Gorshkov, now a good Estonian resident, the Voice of Russia was telling quite recently. Recall that he is suspected of actively participating in the destruction of three thousand Jews in the territory of Belarus. The United States, where Gorshkov lived until 2002, deprived him of his citizenship for concealing the past, but the Estonian authorities sheltered him. Two years ago, the Estonian prosecutor’s office closed the case of this executioner, allegedly due to the lack of evidence and evidence of his crimes. On the contrary, Russia and Belarus have all the necessary evidence. The trouble and the problem is that there are too many cases like the Gorshkov case.

According to various sources, in the years of the Second World War, the number of involuntary and voluntary accomplices of the Nazis in the Soviet Union alone was about one and a half million people, says Doctor of Law, Professor Lev Simkin:

"Most of those who collaborated with the fascist German invaders, or, in today's language, were collaborators, and whose hands were covered with blood, who served in the German police or guarded the concentration camps, they naturally, as far as possible, tried to escape with the German troops to the West Some of them were extradited back to the USSR, but for the most part, I cannot give a figure, they are several hundred thousand people, they dissolved in the West. "

Of course, to say whether these people are criminals or innocent, only the court can, continues Lev Simkin. During Soviet times, the Soviet authorities appealed to the governments of Western countries with demands for the extradition of war criminals, as a rule, in exceptional, egregious cases. When it came to chilling mass murders. But, even with evidence of the atrocities of a war criminal received from Moscow, the Europeans tried not to extradite the former collaborators. This was largely due to the lack of extradition treaties between the USSR and European states. But there were other reasons, says Lev Simkin:

"Well, let's say, there were quite a few extradition requests to Great Britain. Great Britain refused to extradite these people in all cases, despite strong evidence that these people committed war crimes. It was a cold war, and it was believed that if these people, even if they committed crimes, they will be tried in the Soviet Union, then there are no guarantees that this process will be fair from a British point of view. "

The governments of other European countries followed similar tactics. However, Lev Simkin notes, at the end of the 1980s, as relations between the USSR and the West warmed, the European public and the press began to advocate for a revision of the approaches of Western justice to hiding war criminals. In 1988, London received nearly a hundred war crimes materials from Moscow.

At that time, when Scotland Yard was formed, a department was in charge of criminal prosecution of former collaborators — the British still did not want to extradite Moscow to fascist executioners, deciding to punish them at home on their own. After a gruelingly long investigation into the execution in 1942 of two thousand seven hundred residents of the ghetto in the city of Domachevo (Brest region, Belarus), a British court sentenced two life sentences to one of the executioners, Andrei Savonyuk, for participating in this crime. The sentence came into force in the 1999 year, six years later Savonyuk died of old age in an English prison in Norwich.

But this, according to Lev Simkin, is rather an exceptional case. The overwhelming majority of people who committed war crimes on the territory of the USSR and found themselves in the West remained unpunished. In addition, in general, the Western judicial system is very complex, the professor reminds. Just for the work of the Germans in the years long past the war can not be judged. To bring someone to justice, requires very serious evidence of crimes committed by the suspect. But as a rule, there were almost no living witnesses, all the victims died long ago.

Of course, even with respect to the Nazi war criminals, a thorough investigation should be carried out, says lawyer Gennady Shilo. But in any case, the criminal cases of the Nazis do not have a statute of limitations, he said in an interview with the Voice of Russia:
“Regardless of the fact that the criminal is eighty, ninety or a hundred years old, he is subject to criminal liability. Of course, it is very difficult to prove these crimes, but crimes against humanity do not have a statute of limitations. And you need to find evidence. And if they are found, then Of course, you have to judge. "

The current director of the Simon Wiesenthal Center - Ephraim Zuroff - once remarked that he would not remember a single case when war criminals showed remorse. Today, the list of the Center, which includes the bloodiest Nazi executioners, has eleven names. Of these, five are former citizens of the former USSR. The Soviet archives of war crimes contain hundreds of names of fools, who have already avoided or continue to successfully retaliate.
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  1. taseka
    taseka 16 August 2013 12: 17
    And for me, there’s no mercy on the executioners! Put these freaks to the wall and bullet in one gulp, however, no, these must be hung up and do not dissolve drool !!!
    1. alone
      alone 16 August 2013 12: 35
      yes, you don’t even put many on the wall. because it’s time to start putting on the wall the current Natsiks who go with the swastika and zigzag when they meet.
  2. serge-68-68
    serge-68-68 16 August 2013 12: 17
    Adequate punishment for these crimes is impossible in principle. It's a pity.
  3. il grand casino
    il grand casino 16 August 2013 12: 20
    The Soviet archives of war crimes contain hundreds of names of savages who have already escaped or continue to successfully avoid retaliation.

    Well, not in this world, so in another, everyone will be rewarded
  4. Seraph
    Seraph 16 August 2013 12: 27
    The title of the article says the most important thing. And the less these creatures endure on earth, the worse it will be in hell. Although, I think their hell has already begun in life
  5. Oskar
    Oskar 16 August 2013 12: 27
    Quote: il grand casino
    The Soviet archives of war crimes contain hundreds of names of savages who have already escaped or continue to successfully avoid retaliation.

    Well, not in this world, so in another, everyone will be rewarded

    This is little consolation, especially to atheists. On this I would like ...
  6. lewerlin53rus
    lewerlin53rus 16 August 2013 12: 56

    The current director of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, Efraim Zuroff, once remarked that he would not recall a single case of war criminals showing remorse.

    Yes, and they are also good. They look through their fingers, but rather do not even want to notice at all the revival of Nazism in the Baltic countries and western Ukraine. Sheer hypocrisy. Or they don’t care at all if the offender did not destroy the Jews, but the Russians, Belarusians, Ukrainians.
  7. Fedych
    Fedych 16 August 2013 12: 57
    But how is it, ours, ours, and Soviet, and for the king and the fatherland, starting from the year 17 and 45? - on the side or how. Who slaughtered Russians from Russians, who drowned both Tsarist and Soviet Russia. What Germans, Jews, Jews, Freemasons, Europe,, the Baltic states. And what at the same time did under 90 percent. the Russian population? - there was no golf, TV-extensive as well. And the conscience and honor of our era, our glorious intelligentsia, warriors, Cossacks, our glorious and valiant proletariat ... That's what it turns out to be! - that like the VZ-th Jews, instead of understanding and thinking in ourselves, we are looking for the culprits from the outside. That's it, that's why we still have shit and shit, we’re sitting on shit, talented people on a vast territory. And how is it, today? - there are other opinions sitting on dugouts and basements occupied voluntarily and passively in their own country, without bangs and shots, glorious and proud eagles, Russia ..... what eagles? - it's good! Well, and what? - those that fly high or eat something else.
  8. Volkhov
    Volkhov 16 August 2013 13: 24
    On the same page is an article mentioning the transfer of the T-90 tank regiment to the Chechens during the war.
    and nobody wants to catch the defendants, but 100-year-olds need ... there are plenty of examples of genocide today and in the 90s, but the defendants themselves will catch anyone ... that's why they catch old people.
    1. Rosomaha67
      Rosomaha67 16 August 2013 16: 43
      dear Volkhov, in that article the author rewrote someone's story, without specifying links and authorship of information. and you repeat how you increase the "telephone" line, it is incorrect and undignified ...
      1. Volkhov
        Volkhov 16 August 2013 19: 38
        I had a guy who worked urgently in 1 Chechen - he said that the Chechens had T-90, and they had no newer T-72 - from the article it’s just clear how they got there - there weren’t such new models.
  9. Yuri11076
    Yuri11076 16 August 2013 14: 12
    Such crimes have no statute of limitations, and really it is necessary to hang such goats. And the Estonian government probably should itself experience everything that the prisoners of fascist concentration camps experienced in order to understand all this ...
  10. Oskar
    Oskar 16 August 2013 15: 10
    Double standards got. Nazism flourished.
  11. tank64rus
    tank64rus 16 August 2013 15: 56
    Forgiveness of at least one punisher leads to the fact that in the future fascism will revive again. Already, he climbs like a weed from all the cracks.
  12. stroporez
    stroporez 16 August 2013 17: 07
    shoto of Jewish interlocutors is not audible .......... or a fascist who is a "European citizen" is no longer a fascist at all ???????? but !!! understandably ---- he lives in Estonia, and there it is customary to bark in the direction of Russia. and for this, the "chosen ones" are ready to forgive both blood and crimes .............
  13. zennon
    zennon 16 August 2013 22: 46
    The author of the book "Eye for an Eye" John Sack, an American Jew, admits that he was ashamed and painful to write about what happened, but he considered it his duty. He writes that at the end of World War II, many Jews were given extraordinary powers to create and populate concentration camps with German victims. Sak found that Jews captured at least 200.000 Germans and placed them on their own in concentration camps. A total of 1255 such concentration camps were ruled by Jewish commandants. German men, women, children and even infants were starved there, beaten, tortured, tortured, brutally tortured and killed by the Jewish administration and Jewish guards with impunity and uncontrollability. One concentration camp in Katowice operated from spring to the end of 1945. It was not the Nazis who became his prisoners, but simply ethnic Germans, people whose ancestors had lived in Silesia, West Prussia and Pomerania for centuries - on lands that had become part of Poland after World War II. Only seven million people of German origin, "ethnic Germans", were expelled by the Polish authorities. The most notorious case of disclosed Jewish atrocities is associated with the insane maniac and supporter of the genocide of the Germans, the Polish Jew, Solomon Morel. John Sack describes him as an inhuman murderer. Already on March 15, 1945, “on behalf of the Polish state,” the fiery communist Morel was appointed commandant of the now communist concentration camp “Zgoda” (“Eintracht” - one of Auschwitz’s sub-camps) in Szentochlovice in Poland, in which there are thousands of German civilians were mercilessly killed by him personally and on his orders. The concentration camp contained about 6 thousand people, mostly Germans - Volksdeutsche, including women and children. Together with the guards from the Polish Security Directorate - all of them were Polish Jews - Morel established a brutal regime in the camp. In his book, Sack, a Jew himself, describes the camp atrocities to the smallest detail, talking about how the Jewish guards put the Germans in doghouses and beaten if they did not want to bark. Jews forced the Germans to beat each other and even beat them so badly that they mutilated them, for example, knocking out their eyes. “On behalf of the Polish state”, the Jew Solomon Morel hopped in forged boots on the prisoners, folded into a pyramid, until there were bloody shreds from the victims, “on behalf of the Polish state” Solomon Morel smashed the skulls of prisoners with a stool. He tortured, tortured and killed prisoners - all of whose fault was of national origin. According to Sak, Morel tortured to death and personally killed hundreds of prisoners in a concentration camp with his own hands just because they were Germans. In 1989, Morel was found by a Polish journalist in Katowice. He had to report to the commission about his crimes, but he denied the murder charges. and torture, and mass deaths blamed on the typhus epidemic. As a result, Morel was accused of killing 1695 prisoners in Swietochlowice, and when too many witnesses began to point to him, in 1994 Morel took refuge in Sweden, asking the Swedes for political asylum. But the Swedes did not allow themselves to be deceived for a long time and Solomon fled to his historic homeland - to Israel.
    At the end of the war and immediately after, up to a dozen Jewish gangs were organized with sadists like Morel ...